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    Introducing Manroulette

    Uh-oh: Sex, gays and the internet's ante was just upped. While chatroulette was already at least a third gay to begin with, now there's a gay-specific version called manroulette that's all but certain to cause homos across the world to waste hours upon hours of their time:

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    3-D Divide: Upfront vs. Retrofit

    No one in Hollywood will listen now that Avatar and Alice in Wonderland have scored the mother-lode of grosses as 3-D movies. Could Alice have done as well in 2-D as a perfect match between name director, beloved children's book, and family-friendly studio? No, confirms Disney, because 70% of its gr...

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    Please Give Written and Directed by Nicole Holofcener

    To me a new film from writer/director Nicole Holofcener is a reason to rejoice. One reason is because she unapologetically tells stories from a female perspective. But one would be remiss and quite frankly an idiot to paint her work with the chick flick brush just because her film's are told from ...

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    "Micmacs," "Rivers" To Headline 53rd San Francisco Film Festival

    The San Francisco International Film Festival has announced the lineup for its 53rd festival, running April 22 through May 6, 2010. Featuring 177 films from 46 countries in 31 different languages, the festival will bring "an inspired array of films from around the globe and a broad range of accompa...

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    "Extra Man" and "Saturday Night" Bookend 2010 Boston Indie Fest

    The Independent Film Festival of Boston (IFFBoston) has unveiled its 8th anniversary lineup, which will run from April 21 - 28 at venues across Boston. The festival, which will feature 120 film screenings, panels, parties, and more, will focus on the latest in international and American cinema. Th...

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    Rating Likely Candidates for Cannes

    Of the 40 films on indieWIRE's Cannes wish list--a clever way of reporting what might be going without knowing for sure what will be announced on April 15--I hear that Oliver Stone's Wall Street Never Sleeps and Woody Allen's You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger are going, while Cannes negotiations fo...

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    James Franco, Joan Rivers, and Ice Cube Set For Tribeca's Panel Series

    The 2010 Tribeca Film Festival (TFF), has announced the line-up for its Tribeca Talks Panel Series, including "Tribeca Talks: After the Movie," "Tribeca Talks: Industry," and "Tribeca Talks: Pen to Paper." The program will explore issues and trends in society and the entertainment industry, with par...

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